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Super Dexta info??

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Lynn Patrick

11-04-2019 10:57:09

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There is a Super Dexta for sale near me for what seems like a good price, but I know nothing about them. (I'm very familiar w/Fords) Is there anything I should be looking for/at? Are parts readily available?


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Deutz Lover

11-22-2019 15:48:30

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 Re: Super Dexta info?? in reply to Lynn Patrick, 11-04-2019 10:57:09  
The The Super Dexta is not much different than the Dexta.

The displacement was increased from 144 to 152 cubic inches. A mechanically governed pump was used and the gear ratios changed. The engine is basically the same. Horse power went from about 33/35 to 39 to 45 with the new super dexta.

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11-05-2019 07:18:09

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 Re: Super Dexta info?? in reply to Lynn Patrick, 11-04-2019 10:57:09  
I have had two of them of the older type. They are quite a popular tractor. They come with
a gear ratio more suitable for rototilling. My major complaint as a senior is the difficulty
in getting on and off. My brother added a step to his and shifted the fenders out more. They also
lacked power steering. Most of them were equipped with a 3 cylinder diesel engine which has a good reputation. In cold climates, you probably need to keep them warm. A gas engine was
also offered, but quite rare.

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